Let’s Go Pogo – Ravenwood Pogo Stick

Oct 22, 2014

We know that you’ve been hopping all over the spiral with help from our Digmoore Pogo Stick guide! Although much more simpler than the Digmoore Pogo Stick, knowing what you need and how to craft the Ravenwood Pogo Stick can be extremely useful!

What’s needed?

Vendor: You can get this recipe from Rose Piper for 60,000 gold during the B.O.X.E.S. event. Although not in the game now, save up your gold for when the event returns!

Crafting Rank Needed: Apprentice Crafter

Crafting Station Needed: Equipment Crafting Station

Ingredients:

 15 Snow Shield

Recommended Method: Buying-This treasure card can be easily bought from the bazaar, or from Harold Argleston, Zan’ne, or The Archivist for only 150 gold

Other Methods:

Purchasing Packs – You have a chance at getting this card by purchasing the Eye of Bartelby Pack.

Dropped – This card is dropped from multiple bosses and mobs around Wizard City!

Gardening – This card can be a reward from Evil Snow Peas, Laugh-O-Dil, and Snow Apples.

Crafting – Visit Kelvin the Ice Tree to buy this recipe for 150 gold. The recipe calls for 1 Sapphire, 2 Stone Block, and 2 Leather Straps.

5 Catfish

Recommended Method: Fishing-In fact, this ingredient can only be obtained by fishing! Although marked as a common fish, this fish can be a little difficult to get. Tips:

-This fish is seen in the Wizard City, Commons.

-Use the “Reveal Fish School” spell to locate fire school fish. Fire school fish are marked in a light orange with a faint flame symbol. When you see them, use your fire school lure and try to catch them!

-If you catch all of the fire fish, feel free to use the “Summon Fish” spell to repopulate the pond with just a click of your mouse. – If you haven’t yet trained the “Summon Fish” spell, you’ll have to wait until the fish respawn on their own.

1 Sonic Spring:

Recommend Method: Farming – This reagent can only be obtained by farming! The Sonic Spring drops from bosses and mobs in each of the five B.O.X.E.S. That means that you’ll have to farm while the event is going on in order to obtain them!

This reagent is considered a rare drop.

20 Trumpet Vine

Recommended Method: Buying – This seed is sold by both Harley (Celestia) and Narley (Zafaria) for 2,400 gold.

Other Methods:

Gardening – This seed can be obtained as a reward from other plants including Pink Huckleberries, Red Huckleberries, and Silver Trumpet Vine. If you already have Trumpet Vine planted, you can also receive this seed as a reseed from existing Trumpet Vine.

Farming – This seed is dropped from various enemies around the Spiral!

15 Sapphire

Recommended Method: Buying – This reagent can bought from the majority of reagent vendors around the Spiral.

Other Methods:

Gardening – This reagent can come as a reward from three different seeds including Burning Snap Dragon, Ivy League, and Snap Dragon.

Dropped – This reagent can be dropped from various enemies in the Midnight Sun Pagoda.

Purchasing Packs – You have a chance at getting this reagent by purchasing Dragon’s Hoard Pack, Kirin’s Hoard Pack, Ninja’s Lore Pack, Shaman’s Lore Pack, and Skyvern’s Lore Pack.

25 Scrap Iron 

Recommended Method: Buying: This reagent can be bought from the Bazaar.  I can’t guarantee that it won’t take you a good amount of time.

Other Methods:

Gardening – This reagent can be dropped as a reward from four different seeds including Burning Snap Dragon, Helephant Ears, Evil Magma Peas, and Venus Fly Trap.

Harvesting – This reagent can be harvested in many worlds around the Spiral.  Mostly in Marleybone.

Transmuting – You can purchase this reagent’s transmute from Felicia Worthington.  You would need 10 Stone Blocks and 10 Ore in order to transmute one Scrap Iron.

Purchasing Packs – You have a chance at getting this reagent by purchasing Keeper’s Lore Pack, Knight’s Lore Pack, Ninja’s Lore Pack, Pharaoh’s Hoard Pack, Remarkable Reagents Pack, and Shaman’s Hoard Pack

25 Spring 

Recommended Method: Transmuting – You can purchase this reagent’s transmute from Felicia Worthington.  You would need 15 Scrap Iron in order to transmute one Spring.

Other Methods:

Buying – This reagent can be bought from the Bazaar but isn’t found very often.

Gardening – This reagent can be dropped as a reward from four different seeds including Fickle Pickle, King Parsley, Pink Dandelion, and The Giving Tree.

Rare Harvesting – If you harvest Scrap Iron, there is a rare chance that you will receive this reagent.

Transmuting – You can purchase this reagent’s transmute from Felicia Worthington.  You would need 15 Scrap Iron in order to transmute one Spring.

Purchasing Packs – You have a chance at getting this reagent by purchasing Keeper’s Lore Pack, Knight’s Lore Pack, Ninja’s Lore Pack, and Shaman’s Lore Pack.

10 Leather Straps

Recommended Method: Buying – This reagent can be bought from the Bazaar and can be pretty easily found there.

Other Methods:

Gardening – This reagent can be dropped as a reward from the Trumpet Vine.

Dropped – This reagent is dropped by various different enemies around the Spiral!

Transmuting – You can purchase this transmute from Eudora Tangletree.  You would need 5 Bone in order to transmute one Leather Straps.

Purchasing Packs – You have a chance at getting this reagent by purchasing Keeper’s Lore Pack, Knight’s Lore Pack, Ninja’s Lore Pack, Pharaoh’s Hoard Pack, Remarkable Reagents Pack, and Shaman’s Lore Pack

Best of luck to anyone working for the Ravenwood Pogo Stick. We hope this helps you with your adventures! If you have not yet received the crafting recipe, check to see if the B.O.X.E.S. Event is going on. If it is, make sure to get the recipe and that Sonic Spring before it is gone again! If you would like to see how to craft the Digmoore Pogo Stick, make sure to check our guide HERE. If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments below.

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2 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    Thanks a bunch. Didn't know where to find these, and will save up for reagents next year.

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